Carol McElveen Walls
Carol McElveen Walls

I want to make a fresh salsa with my garden!!

Michael Autrand
Michael Autrand
  • Carol McElveen Walls

more flowers

Sami Shami
Sami Shami

In Dubai Silicon Oasis, where I live, there are recycling occubators spreaded in many streets the conscious of green lifestyle is high in DSO

Mburu Tom
Mburu Tom
  • Sami Shami

Family planning methods to be used to cut down on population explosion. All gardens to be used to improve quality food production for the family.

Jessica Deb Carroll Baptista

When I moved to NH my wife used to throw out a lot then I started recycling. I recycle at least 2 buckets a week.

I only throw out maybe a half a bag of mostly food scraps. I wish I could compost but, I don't think the neighbors would like that too much.

Barbara Bdour
Barbara Bdour
  • Jessica Deb Carroll Baptista

You can easily compost in an old flower pot. Add a small amount of soil, then organic scraps of food, cover with more soil and then add a bit of water. cover all with a black garbage bag. Add to it until the pot is full. It is key to cover all organic food scraps completely. When it is full place it in a corner of your garden for about 2 months. Open it and you fill find the best soil ever!!!! Never use inorganic material like meat or any meat by products. They draw flies! I've used cucumber...

You can easily compost in an old flower pot. Add a small amount of soil, then organic scraps of food, cover with more soil and then add a bit of water. cover all with a black garbage bag. Add to it until the pot is full. It is key to cover all organic food scraps completely. When it is full place it in a corner of your garden for about 2 months. Open it and you fill find the best soil ever!!!! Never use inorganic material like meat or any meat by products. They draw flies! I've used cucumber peels, apple cores, carrot peels, apple peels, banana peels and potato peels, plus some leaves and got lovely rish brown soil which I used to plant my geraniums. Good luck!!!

Adrianne Danielle
Adrianne Danielle

Put together a compost tumbler last night! Have a rain barrel on it's way and will be starting a garden as well! :)

Evelyn Williams
Evelyn Williams
  • Adrianne Danielle

Take care of my plants.

Kris Lomax
Kris Lomax

All things bright and beautiful as God made them all one of my favorite school hymns / no green no Us..,;)

Willie Bong
Willie Bong

We should take care of the nature & environment for a better living now & in the future don't dump rubbish anyway in rivers, or polluted the sea & air we can always start by planting own vegetables & fruits SAVE OUR NATURE ENVIRONMENT SEA ANIMALS & SAVE OURSELVES

Antoinetta Du Preez
Antoinetta Du Preez

if we do not take care and save on what we need we are loosing the battle.... save your water.... think twice before throwing water down a drain.... some little green thing growing will be glad to get that drink off water. Make compost of all vegetable and fruit peelings. And take care of the time you are given.

William F. Lindemann
William F. Lindemann

I took the pledge - Join us please...

Scott Gibboney
Scott Gibboney

I took the pledge.

Percy Mather
Percy Mather

I'm growing seedlings for a school garden. When my garden needs watering in the summer, I use water from washing dishes and laundry water for it instead of turning on the tap. I work on using up all the vegetables I buy in stir-fry. Just cut in small pieces, saute with a protein source (meat, seafood, poultry, tofu, etc.), add seasonings and you have a meal. Not-so-fresh fruit can be pureed (I use a hand grinder), simmered with a cinnamon stick and orange zest until thick. Add chopped...

I'm growing seedlings for a school garden. When my garden needs watering in the summer, I use water from washing dishes and laundry water for it instead of turning on the tap. I work on using up all the vegetables I buy in stir-fry. Just cut in small pieces, saute with a protein source (meat, seafood, poultry, tofu, etc.), add seasonings and you have a meal. Not-so-fresh fruit can be pureed (I use a hand grinder), simmered with a cinnamon stick and orange zest until thick. Add chopped nuts if desired. Take the thickened mixture and drop by spoonfuls on a cookie sheet covered with a reused cereal or potato chip bag. (They are heavier than waxed paper.) Dry the mixture in an oven at its lowest setting. Turn the patty over until it is completely dry. Voila, you have your own fruit leather. Store in the refrigerator or freezer to prevent spoilage. It's a delicious way to use up fruit that is past its prime but still edible.

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